Donald Trump got some bad news that he is not going to like
Donald Trump is plotting his comeback.
Many in the GOP are looking to Trump to figure out how the party will chart a course of action in 2022 and 2024.
But Donald Trump got some bad news that he is not going to like.
State Senate Republicans in Maricopa County Arizona are conducting an audit of the November vote totals.
This audit cannot overturn the results of the 2020 election.
And there is no mechanism by which Donald Trump can be reinstated as President.
Arizona Republicans believe there is value in examining the vote to see what areas of election infrastructure can be improved.
State House Republicans from Pennsylvania traveled to Arizona to observe the vote.
But Pennsylvania State Representative Seth Grove said there will be no audit of the vote in the commonwealth.
Instead, Grove said Pennsylvania Republicans would look forward with election integrity bills in the coming legislative session.
The PA House of Representatives will not be authorizing any further audits on any previous election.
We are focused on fixing our broken election law to make it easier to vote and harder to cheat.
— Rep. Seth Grove (@RepGrove) June 3, 2021
This may not be what Donald Trump and some of his supporters want to hear.
But there is nothing that can be done about the 2020 election.
The 2020 election was exceedingly close.
Corporate-controlled media outlets like to make it sound like a blowout by stating Biden got 7,000,000 more votes than Trump.
But across Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin – the three states that provided the Electoral College margin – Donald Trump only needed to flip about 25,000 votes to have won re-election.
It’s understandable given the circumstances of the 2020 election and how states took advantage of the pandemic to expand vote-by-mail laws for individuals to believe funny business happened.
However, Pennsylvania Republicans will not perform an audit of the vote to confirm either way.